Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Ad Break: Tales of the Fallen - Reviewed and Out Now

Unseen Shadows mastermind and capo di tutti capi of the British geek podcasting circuit, Barry Nugent, has put up a shop page for his Tales of the Fallen anthology. Enjoy the blurb:

Image of TALES OF THE FALLEN

£12.99

They are murderers, martyrs and mercenaries in the no-man’s-land between adventure and crusade – soldiers of fate and fierce honour, bound together in mystery, darkness and blood. Their enemies are shadows haunting the outermost borders of a darkening world, and as night approaches the shadows grow long.

They are the Fallen, and these are their stories.

Scripts: Cy Dethan, Richmond Clements, Dan Thompson, Pete Rogers

Pencils: Steve Penfold, Rob Carey, Conor Boyle, Roy Huteson Stewart

Colours: Gat Melvyn, Vicky Stonebridge

Letters: Paul Mclaren, Nic Wilkinson

Covers: Steve Penfold, Gat Melvyn,Rob Carey, Conor Boyle, Roy Huteson Stewart, Valia Kapadai

Introduction: Jonathan Ross

128 pages

‘If, like me, you like rip-roaring testosterone fuelled pulp fiction. With soldiers, and mysteries, and all round weird stuff in, then this is the book for you.’ – Jonathan Ross.

The book is a collection of "expanded universe" stories featuring key figures from Barry's Fallen Heroes novel, and features a 22-pager of mine called "Wrath of God", with the excellent Steve Penfold, Gat Melvyn and Nic Wilkinson on art, colours and letters, respectively. The tales range from high-powered adventure to all-out slaughter and the credits list reads like a who's who of guys I've been dying to share page space with for years.

Tales of the Fallen was recently reviewed by Wayne Hall for the SFP-Now website, so feel free to check out what he made of it on the site.

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